Fascist Dictatorships and The Beginnings of Fascism Video

Video title: The Beginnings of Fascism

Watch this 20th Century World History and Fascist Dictatorships video entitled Beginnings of Fascism to study the historical roots of fascism, and discuss the reasons why fascism, a form of nationalism taken to an extreme, gained popularity in Europe during the 1920s and 1930s. Identify the elements of Fascist ideology common to most Fascist movements. Learn how Fascist ideology differs from communism, and discuss the reasons why left-wing and right-wing political movements developed in opposition to liberal democracy.

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  • Rise Fascism. Learn about The Beginnings of Fascism. Trace the roots of fascism, see why it gained popularity in Europe in the 1920's and 1930's, and examine the regimes of Fascist leaders, such as Mussolini, Hitler, and others.
  • Trace the historical roots of fascism, and discuss the reasons why fascism, a form of nationalism taken to an extreme, gained popularity in Europe during the 1920's and 1930's. Identify the elements of Fascist ideology common to most Fascist movements.
  • Learn how Fascist ideology differs from communism, and discuss the reasons why left-wing and right-wing political movements developed in opposition to liberal democracy.
  • Survey the rise to power and subsequent fall of the dictators Benito Mussolini of Italy and Adolf Hitler of Germany, and discuss the forces, the social unrest and adverse economic conditions, that first enabled their Fascist parties to attract public support.
  • Discover how the Fascist regimes of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler differed. Survey Fascist movements that have taken place in countries beyond Italy and Germany.
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